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  • The Hunger Games
    The Hunger Games series is popular because dystopias are very trendy. Dystopia is the genre where the community tries to create a perfect world and ends up creating one that infringes on civil...

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  • Mockingjay
    Katniss in Mockingjay is at her most intense. She has transformed from the young girl dedicated to the survival of her immediate family and friends to a girl who has taken on the revolution and now...

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  • Mockingjay
    This is a tricky question, as man vs. nature is likely the hardest type of conflict to identify in Mockingjay. That said, I think there are a couple examples that could fit that category in a...

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  • Mockingjay
    There are different opinions to this question. However, in my opinion I think the answer is no. Don't get me wrong, Katniss does love Gale, but more as a brother. While she loves Gale, she is not...

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  • Mockingjay
    Have you ever heard the saying that we hate others when we see ourselves in them? This is absolutely true for Buttercup and Katniss, especially in Mockingjay, when they become more similar than...

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  • Mockingjay
    "Propo" is probably short for "propaganda." The rebels in Mockingjay use propaganda such as video clips and special publications to spread the message of the rebellion. These propos encourage...

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  • Mockingjay
    Mockingjay is the third book in the Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins. The impact and after effects of war are central to the themes of Mockingjay. Katniss Everdeen, the face of the rebellion...

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  • Mockingjay
    The main theme in Mockingjay is that things are not always what they seem. Katniss has pretty much lived her life with the motto of “trust no one” before she even competed in her first Hunger...

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  • Mockingjay
    The most dramatic moment of truth in Mockingjay occurs at the very end of the novel when Katniss is given the choice to execute President Snow before masses of people gathered outside the square....

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  • Mockingjay
    When the story opens, Katniss has been rescued from her second Hunger Games by rebels and taken to District 13. She returns to District 12, her home, to see everything destroyed and most of the...

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  • Mockingjay
    The two main themes of Mockingjay are people are not alwayswhat they seem, and sometimes we have to act out of duty rather than do what we want. Katniss has found herself in the middle of a war....

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  • Mockingjay
    Katniss represents hope to her people, and a symbol of revolution. Katniss did not ask to be a revolutionary or a martyr. She participated in the Hunger Games to save her young sister, who was too...

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  • Mockingjay
    From the beginning of the series, Katniss’s feelings about Peeta and Gale are complicated. Ultimately, Katniss chooses Peeta because he is the only one who can understand what she has been...

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  • Mockingjay
    The mood of Mockingjay is almost overwhelmingly dark and foreboding. You know that something terrible is going to happen. Yet at the same time, there is a glimmer of optimism and hope. Mood is...

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  • Mockingjay
    District 8 is known for its manufacturing of textiles and clothing, so it has many factory buildings and warehouses. The hospital referred to in the chapter is an old warehouse that has been...

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  • Mockingjay
    It is difficult to say what Gale thinks or feels because we do not know his character as well. Of course, Katniss is the one telling the story so we don't technically know what anyone else think...

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  • Mockingjay
    Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins is set in the future; the setting is realistic, although dystopian. Set in the far distant remains of what is left of the United States and North America after many...

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  • Mockingjay
    Mockingjay is the final book in the series written by Suzanne Collins. In this book we see that Katniss has become something of a rebel. She begrudgingly accepts her new role. Katinss, her sister,...

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  • Mockingjay
    The reader sees more of Gale Hawthorne inMockingjaythanThe Hunger GamesorCatching Fire. Gale becomes more mercenary and determined in Mockingjay, because District 13 gives him the latitude and...

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  • Mockingjay
    In Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins, Peeta experiences dramatic changes at the hands of the Capitol. His torture at the hands of the vicious Capitol guards leaves him paranoid and broken. Katniss...

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  • Mockingjay
    Peeta experiences the extremes of behavior conditioning in Suzanne Collins' novel Mockingjay. Peeta undergoes the largest transformation at the hands of the Capitol when they "highjack" him, a...

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  • Mockingjay
    The reader sees evidence of physical changes in President Snow, especially in the final moments of the novel. Katniss' last private meeting with Snow depicts him as being "well groomed...but...

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  • Mockingjay
    The important themes of Mockingjay may be used as you create your slogan. By this book in the series, Panem is at war, and much has changed. Panem is not the same place it was at the beginning of...

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  • Mockingjay
    From the beginning of the book,there is a shift in the relationship between Katniss and Peeta as they are separated from each other. During Peeta's appearances on television he seems to be...

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  • Mockingjay
    The central conflict in Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins revolves around Katniss Everdeen's internal struggle to define her role in the rebellion against Panem. Although she has people, like Coin,...

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  • Mockingjay
    At the end of the third book Peeta does not kill Prim. Prim dies while trying to help children who were being used as human shields to protect President Snow from the rebel invasion. A bomb was...

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  • Mockingjay
    I was really indifferent about who she would choose, and really wondered if she would end up with either of them to be honest. There was a part of me that thought she and Gale were a better match...

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  • Mockingjay
    There are several moments throughout the final novel where Katniss finds herself and her purpose. One of the moments early on is when Katniss returns to District 12, to see the wreckage first...

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  • Mockingjay
    Katniss herself explains this in the last paragraph of chapter 27. When Katniss returns to District 12, Gale is not longer there. She asks Greasy Sae where he went and is surprised at her own...

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  • Mockingjay
    Katniss is a rather complicated character in this last novel of the trilogy. Perhaps we can best see the various aspects of her character by thinking about how she feels at the beginning of this...

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  • Mockingjay
    In Mockingjay, Suzanne Collins uses the symbolism of President Snow's white rose to foreshadow future conflict. In her house in the Victor's Village, Katniss Everdeen finds a "dab of white...

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  • Mockingjay
    Suzanne Collins' popular novel Mockingjay begins with Katniss Everdeen sifting through the ashes of the burned-out District Twelve. Through flashback, Collins reveals the fate of the district as...

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  • Mockingjay
    One of the most powerful lessons from Mockingjay revolves around the novel's criticism of government, corruption, and power. "Absolute power corrupts absolutely." (Lord Acton) Katniss feels...

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  • Mockingjay
    I am Team Peeta. I was very moved by the bond they forged while in the first Games and the tenderness they each had for the other. There is something very compelling about facing the circumstances...

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  • Mockingjay
    Snow dies in the book Mockingjay. Katniss chooses not to kill Snow though. Remember, Katniss wanted the right to execute Snow herself when it was all over. Her and Coin came to an understanding...

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  • Mockingjay
    There are multiple instances where Suzanne Collins uses the symbolism of the white rose. The imagery surrounding the rose in this book is incredibly vivid and telling of Snow's true character....

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  • Mockingjay
    The Mockingjay, in the novel Mockingjay (of The Hunger Games trilogy) symbolizes many different things. Katniss' first real brush with the Mockingjay happens in novel one. She receives a pin with...

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  • Mockingjay
    There are many characters in Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins who are have a need for control and power. The character that predominantly fits this role in all three of the books is President Snow. In...

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  • Mockingjay
    Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins is ripe with conflict, most predominantly Man vs. Man and Man vs. Self. Man vs. Man The heart of the conflict in Mockingjay is the open rebellion of the districts...

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  • Mockingjay
    What kind of irony are you concerned with? There is situational irony in regards to Peeta. What we are led to believe is completely different than what eventually happens with his character....

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  • Mockingjay
    Foreshadowing occurs from the very onset of Suzanne Collins' Mockingjay in the first chapter as Katniss revisits the bombed-out District 12. In her house in the Victor's Village, Katniss Everdeen...

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  • Mockingjay
    First and most obviously, you have the mockingjay itself, which is a symbol of the revolution. It is an interesting one, because the mockingjay is a creature born unintentionally as a result of...

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  • Mockingjay
    Throughout the course of the novel, Katniss changes in some very interesting ways. First of all, she becomes a lot more wary and suspicious. Instead of simply trusting in the leadership of...

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  • Mockingjay
    The setting in Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins on a broad scale is Panem, a futuristic country centered across the long-ruined remains of the United States. Panem is comprised of twelve districts...

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  • Mockingjay
    The major conflict is between all of the districts and the capital; during the entire book, these two main groups are fighting with each other. The conflict is over who will gain control in the...

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  • Mockingjay
    Perhaps the central symbol of Mockingjay is the mockingjay itself. A symbol is a thing that represents something else. In Collins's dystopian future, scientists are able to splice genes in order to...

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  • Mockingjay
    There are several main settings in Mockingjay. The first is District 13, where the rebels are staying, training, and planning the war. It is all underground, and everything is tightly controlled....

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